On October 9, newly crowned TNA Knockouts Champion Velvet Sky once again made her way over to Mexico to wrestle for Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (also known as AAA). The show, titled “Héroes Inmortales” (Spanish for Immortal Heroes), commemorated the fifth anniversary of the death of AAA founder Antonio Peña.
Velvet’s match was previously announced as being of the “Lucha a Oscuras” variety, which, roughly translated, means “struggle in the dark”. The competitors wear fluorescent clothing and wrestle under a black light, making them glow in the dark.
Velvet, who made her debut for the company in June at TripleManía XIX, teamed up with La Sociedad and La Legión Extranjera members Jennifer Blake and Sexy Star to take on Cynthia Moreno and Faby and Mari Apache in a six woman tag. The match ended when Sexy Star pinned Mari Apache after hitting her with a chair. Referee Hijo Del Tirantes (a fellow La Sociedad member) also made a fast-count. The heels then celebrated by dancing in the ring.
Moreno, the Apaches, Blake and Star appeared again later in the evening as lumberjacks for the tag match between Alan Stone, Mini Histeria and Polvo Estrellas against El Elegido, Octagóncito and Pimpinela Escarlata. Also on the show was Karen Jarrett, managing husband Jeff Jarrett. The dance troupe Reinas del Ring performed mid-show.